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Rotterdam ATP Tennis Also Known As The ABN AMRO World Tennis Tournament Announces The Stars | Buy Tickets Now

Today we are selecting our ball kids for the 2019 tournament. An exciting day for 200 kids, with lots of activities! #ballkids #abnamrowtt #SeeYouInFebruary – Photo by @abnamrowtt via Twitter.





The registration for the 46th ABN AMRO World Tennis Tournament is closed. It provides the strongest field of participants in the history of the tournament, with well-known players such as Zverev, Cilic, Dimitrov, Goffin, Monfils, Nishikori, Raonic and Tsonga. They compete against talents such as Chung, Tsitsipas, Edmund, Khachanov, Shapovalov and Kyrgios. The tournament will be held from 9 to 17 February 2019 in Rotterdam Ahoy arena.


Tournament Director Richard Krajicek: “Every year we want a wide, strong player field. With nine players from the top 20 and a mix between big names and top talent, we are looking forward to a great edition. The latest additions, including Tsonga, Raonic, Edmund and Khachanov, but also Medvedev, Monfils and Gasquet, for example, are in line with our goal.”


Numerically it provides the strongest player list ever. With a cut-off at 37, the bar for participation this year is higher than ever.


Former winner Jo-Wilfried Tsonga signed up!


One of the most eye-catching names to be added last-minute is the 2017 champion, Jo- Wilfried Tsonga. He takes part for the sixth time and returns for the first time after his title win. In 2011 he also reached the final, but he lost the final from Robin Söderling. Tsonga completes a traditionally strong French representation, which further includes Richard Gasquet, Gael Monfils and Lucas Pouille.


Tsonga, Raonic, Edmund and Khachanov complete player field ABN AMRO World Tennis Tournament #SeeYouInFebruary #abnamrowtt – Photo by @abnamrowtt via Twitter.

From Canada Milos Raonic and Denis Shapovalov are present. Shapovalov is the youngest player currently in the top 100 of ATP.


A Wildcard is awarded for Dutch star Robin Haase!


The strength of the participant field ensures that Robin Haase needs a wildcard. Richard Krajicek: “We had not taken this into account in advance, but we always have a place in the tournament for Robin. We consider it a luxury problem that the number 50 of the world is not directly admitted.”


The second wildcard goes as previously known to Stan Wawrinka, who returns from a long injury. The third wildcard is expected to be announced shortly before the tournament.

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